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WD-40 Contact Cleaner 400ml £3.21 prime / £7.70 non prime @ Amazon
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WD-40 Contact Cleaner 400ml £3.21 prime / £7.70 non prime @ Amazon

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Posted 19th Nov 2019

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I tried using this on my contacts and now I'm blind
Used this and now I have no one to call.
porradude19/11/2019 14:44

What's the difference between this and WD40 lubricant? It was a so called …What's the difference between this and WD40 lubricant? It was a so called hack to use the lubricant as a cleaner so I'm just wondering whether it's the same stuff rebranded.


No, this evaporates instantly. If you sprayed WD40 all over a PCB (in your TV, computer etc), it would be dripping in WD40.
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I tried using this on my contacts and now I'm blind
Always useful to have in the workshop so thanks op
What's the difference between this and WD40 lubricant? It was a so called hack to use the lubricant as a cleaner so I'm just wondering whether it's the same stuff rebranded.
Should be tagged nintendo switch for drift issues:)
Edited by: "MrJed" 19th Nov 2019
Cheap price and a decent product.
porradude19/11/2019 14:44

What's the difference between this and WD40 lubricant? It was a so called …What's the difference between this and WD40 lubricant? It was a so called hack to use the lubricant as a cleaner so I'm just wondering whether it's the same stuff rebranded.


No, this evaporates instantly. If you sprayed WD40 all over a PCB (in your TV, computer etc), it would be dripping in WD40.
SaltyCDogg19/11/2019 15:22

No, this evaporates instantly. If you sprayed WD40 all over a PCB (in your …No, this evaporates instantly. If you sprayed WD40 all over a PCB (in your TV, computer etc), it would be dripping in WD40.


Thanks
porradude19/11/2019 14:44

What's the difference between this and WD40 lubricant? It was a so called …What's the difference between this and WD40 lubricant? It was a so called hack to use the lubricant as a cleaner so I'm just wondering whether it's the same stuff rebranded.


WD40 is a lubricant, this is a high/quick flash cleaner so ideal for electrical components. WD will leave a residue whereas this wont. Ideal for circuit boards, solenoids, console controllers etc.
Good price ordered thanks
Used this and now I have no one to call.
Best price I've ever seen for this, thanks x2 ordered.
Great find....ordered 1 thanks should last a while!
used this to clean air temp sensor on car saved a packet
Wd40 is not a lubricant it is a water displacer FYI.
porradude19/11/2019 14:44

What's the difference between this and WD40 lubricant? It was a so called …What's the difference between this and WD40 lubricant? It was a so called hack to use the lubricant as a cleaner so I'm just wondering whether it's the same stuff rebranded.


Use WD40 on RAF aircraft you get Court Marshalled!
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zzzz19/11/2019 21:22

500ml - £3.99 at …500ml - £3.99 at halfordshttps://www.halfords.com/motoring/engine-oils-fluids/lubricating-penetrating-oil/halfords-electrical-contact-cleaner-500ml


£2.99 if you have a trade card too.
tinca19/11/2019 20:01

Use WD40 on RAF aircraft you get Court Marshalled!


You would have thought the RAF would be able to spell....
Edited by: "dvdvicar" 20th Nov 2019
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